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Les "Salty" Parish (28 September 1955 – 12 February 1998) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Fitzroy and Melbourne in the Victorian Football ...

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Feb 19, 2019 ... Rejected by North Melbourne after one 1977 Reserves game, 'Salty' Parish returned to Yarrawonga. He rejoined VFL ranks in 1980 with ...

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Les Parish Les "Salty" Parish (28 September 1955 – 12 February 1998) was an Australian rules footballer who played with Fitzroy and Melbourne in the ...

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Inducted: 5th July 2017. Clubs Played For: Yarrawonga. Number of Games Played: 154. Highlights. Morris Medallist: 1986; Ovens & Murray representative eight ...

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Les "Salty" Parish (28 September 1955 – 12 February 1998) was an ... Parish also played finals football in 1983, when he did not miss a game all year, and ...

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Full name. Les Parish. Known as. Les Parish. Born 28 September 1955. Died 12 February 1998 (aged 42). Age at first & last AFL game. First game: 24y 246d

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